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David Agus

Cover Profile:
David Agus


First Person:
Kieran Murphy

Compassion is key for career doctor, businessman, and researcher Kieran Murphy.


Spotlight on Doctors:
Elisa Port, Frederick Friedman, Jr., and Susan Drossman

Presenting three of Mount Sinai Hospital’s finest.

Michael Burns

Michael Burns is using his experience to lead funding initiatives for one of the world’s top cancer research centers.

Earle Mack

Earle Mack uses his love of horses to help veterans deal with PTSD.

Victoria Mann Simms

Victoria Mann Simms uses stuffed animals and her foundation to bring healthy habits to families.

Dean Ornish

For Dr. Dean Ornish, perspective is everything.

Mehmet Oz

Dr. Mehmet Oz is dedicated to keeping Americans healthy at every stage of their lives.

Eitan Amir

The best part of Dr. Eitan Amir’s job is helping cancer patients return to good health.

Rob and Cheryl McEwen

After almost 33 years of marriage, Cheryl and Rob McEwen have built a strong relationship not only as partners, but as philanthropists, innovators, and entrepreneurs.

First Person: Kieran Murphy

Compassion is key for career doctor, businessman, and researcher Kieran Murphy.


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Helen Diller Foundation donates $50 million for quantum center

The San Francisco-based Helen Diller Foundation has donated $50 million to the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology. The funds will be used to build a new quantum science center at the University of Haifa.

Tech company creates $50 million endowment for STEM education

Cloud tech company Akamai Technologies, one of the largest in the world, has established a $50 million endowment in support of the Akamai Foundation, which encourages the next generation of technology innovators.

Beyoncé donates $100,000 to colleges

Shortly after headlining Coachella, where she paid tribute to historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) during her performance, singer Beyoncé announced a donation of $100,000 to four historically black colleges in the United States: Xavier, Tuskegee, Wilberforce, and Bethune-Cookman universities.

Wells Fargo announces $200 billion commitment to sustainable businesses

A $200 billion investment in sustainable businesses was announced by financial services business Wells Fargo & Company. More than 50 percent of the funds will focus on clean technology and renewable energy transactions that support the transition to a low-carbon economy. The remainder will support projects and companies focused on recycling, conservation, sustainable agriculture, and other environmentally beneficial issues.

NeighborWorks America awards $65 million in grants

NeighborWorks America, a nonprofit organization, has announced $65 million in “flexible” grants to 242 other nonprofits in its network. The funds will support efforts to develop and preserve affordable housing, improve communities, and create local jobs.

In the Archives

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